One of the new features that Twitter is testing is the so-called profile preview overlays. It should solve the problem of keeping track of comments on hot, discussed topics.
Twitter communication is very difficult to follow. Typically, when you view responses and then click on the person’s photo or name, you will automatically be taken to their profile. Then it is difficult for you to return to the discussion, all the more you have to digest another page of information. At the same time, all you wanted to see was brief information about the user.
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The new feature will be a small pop-up window where you can see the user’s full biography, number of subscribers, and subscribe yourself. In this case, you will still be able to go to the full profile or use the standard functions.
This is not revolutionary, but useful innovation that will help users focus on one specific conversation and gather important information about who is participating in it, without having to constantly jump from profile to profile. Tweaking the interface can make the Twitter reading experience more user-friendly.
Previously Twitter has tested a tag identifying the author of the original tweet…
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